Almost 2 months ago now (yes slightly delayed on another blog post!) I photographed the stunning farm wedding of Connor & Lauren Froud. We had glorious weather - maybe slightly too sunny but I'm not one to complain!
Their ceremony was held at the beautifully quaint Canford Magna Church, there were unfortunately gas works going on so we had to venture across the suspension bridge to a glorious yellow field, where Lauren agreed to sit in her in dress - EEEEKK! I love it when a bride sits down!
The next part of the day was at Highmead Farm, in Longham near Wimborne. This was Highmead's first ever wedding and I think they did an awesome job! It is a lovely venue for the rustic, DIY couple.
With games, Pimms and glamping on site, what more could you possibly need?!
It was a delight to capture Connor & Lauren's day, with laughter lasting well in to the early hours, lots of dancing and lots of happy children running around, it was pleasure to see.
Connor and Lauren have to beautiful children themselves - I must say I am in amazed by them both, as Lauren gave birth to lovely Luna about 6 weeks before the wedding!!!
To have planned their whole day and make a lot of their own bits and bobs, whilst planning for baby number two - I think thats pretty impressive!
I wish the Froud family so much happiness <3
Second photographer Lisa G Photography
The NEW and IMPROVED engagement shoot! After my training with Lynette Brown, I now look at every photoshoot in a completely different way. I want to create something for my clients, give them everything I have to give, to make them feel better about themselves and each other.
So to make this happen I wanted to practice!
Kayleigh and Josh were my guinea pigs one fine evening, with the River Stour glistening in the background, the sun falling through the trees and these two wonderful people - what more could I possibly want out of a photoshoot?!
I personalised their photoshoot to suit them. I asked them questions before hand to find out certain bits of information which I could use on the shoot. This helps to create a moment between them. I wanted nothing cheesy or staged. I wanted to capture them being themselves, with me in the distance (hoping they would forget I'm there).
I wanted to take them on a journey of fun and love. I wanted them to enjoy themselves but at the end of the hour feel closer to each other and maybe a little bit more in love than when we had started.
The Photographer With An Edge - Kayleigh's blog about this shoot!
"She still believed in a